Saab serves as a top supplier to Boeing on a US$9.2 billion contract awarded by the U.S. Air Force last year to build at least 351 T-X training jets.
Asked to develop solutions for Canada Border Services Agency and other departments.
Vice-Admiral was charged with breach-of-trust over leaked documents.
Libs asking CF-18 replacement bidders to re-invest some of the purchase contract in Canadian industry.
The Chicago-based company began ramping up its F-15 production line near St. Louis.
The Trudeau government is buying the 18 Australian planes and up to seven spares to bolster Canada’s aging CF-18s.
Trudeau’s staff directed Public Service and Procurement Canada to consult in 2017 on both its overall integrity regime and the possibility of introducing formal alternatives to prosecuting financial crimes.
Matthew Matchett, who was suspended without pay from his job at Public Services and Procurement Canada in October, is due to appear in court on March 5.
Endeavor is a developer of battle-tested, tactical unmanned ground vehicles for the global military, public safety and critical infrastructure markets.
Norman was suspended as the military’s second-in-command in January 2017 and charged last March with one count of breach of trust for allegedly leaking government secrets.
The F-35 is one of four planes currently slated to participate in the $19-billion competition, which will result in the purchase of 88 new fighter aircraft to serve as the air force’s backbone for the coming decades.
Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Saab are all in the running alongside Airbus for the federal contract.
Buy American rules are prompting Bombardier’s plant in Plattsburgh, N.Y., to build the multi-level cars, rather than its facility in Quebec.
The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has called into question Canada’s business dealings with the Kingdom.
Norman allegedly leaked government secrets about a $700-million military project in 2015.